By: Kesha Brooks
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Billions of Dollars Recovered
At Arnold & Itkin, we’ve recovered billions of dollars for our clients in the last few years. In fact, just last year alone, we recovered more than a billion dollars on behalf of our clients—and that’s because we take our work seriously. Most of our clients, when they come to us, they’re in a terrible spot. They have catastrophic injuries, they have mounting medical bills, and they don’t know where to turn.
At Arnold & Itkin, we are trial lawyers. We’re not some firm that rests on its laurels. That says we did good 10 years ago, 15 years ago, 20 years ago. We’re there day in and day out, proving it in courtrooms across the country for our clients. Because, at the end of the day, what we do is we help people.
Part of bringing a lawsuit is to say “This is not okay. You will not do this again. We will hold you accountable.” Because companies only understand the bottom line—and when they get hurt in the bottom line, they change their behavior.
They only do it when they say, “Okay, this is a firm that can actually try the case and beat us.”
When they see Arnold & Itkin on the other side, they know they’re in trouble. They know our results. They know that we have record-setting verdicts all across the country—and they know that we will do everything we can to help the families that we represent.
I’ve been there and gotten the phone calls from when the Deepwater Horizon had just blown up—and they’ve already got the lawyers and they’re trying to get people to sign releases literally as they hit the dock. So, we got involved.
We represented more crewmembers in the Deepwater Horizon than anyone else. When the El Faro sank, we represented more crewmembers than anyone else. It’s not just that we represented more crewmembers, we got results that were better than every other law firm.
Our lawsuits have caused nationwide recalls of products that have hurt and killed people. Because the only way to make sure that companies don’t allow this to happen again and again is to hold them accountable, find the truth, shed light on what they’ve done, and then make them pay.